Tanning

If you want gorgeous, sun-kissed skin all year round, you’ll need to invest in a self-tanner. Read More See less

Here you’ll find a range of self-tanners, from gradual, instant and face tanners to tanning mitts and gloves to guarantee a streak-free finish. We understand that one tan shade doesn’t fit all, which is why we have multitudes of shades available, all from popular brands such as St Moriz and St Tropez.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best way to apply fake tan?

It’s all about the preparation when it comes to tanning.

 

Before you apply the tan, make sure you exfoliate and shave (if you choose to) to create a soft, smooth foundation.

 

Then, moisturise the skin to give your tan a base to cling to and wait for it to dry.

 

Now it’s time to apply your tan, but ensure that you use a tanning mitten or brush to get an even finish.

What is the best way to remove fake tan?

Exfoliation is the best option to remove your unwanted tan rather than leaving it to run its course.

 

If you want to make it easier on yourself, drench your skin in oil, like baby oil, as it breaks down the tan so you don’t have to scrub as hard, which can irritate your skin.

What products can you use to tan the face?

Self-tanner for the face usually comes in the form of a spray-mister or drops.

 

Your face is delicate, so try to choose a self-tanner formulated for the face and to your specific skin type.

 

However, if your skin isn’t acne-prone or sensitive, you can get away with applying a body tan to the face, but make sure it’s been diluted with a water-based moisturiser (oil will react with the tan).

Why is SPF in skincare important?

Ensuring that your skincare products (i.e your moisturiser) contains an SPF isn’t just important on warm, sunny days, but on cloudy and rainy days, too.

 

Without it, your skin is at risk of being exposed to harmful UV rays which can lead to skin damage, wrinkles, sunburn, and sometimes skin cancer.

 

It’s important to wear an SPF of at least 30 to ensure you’re protected.

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